"Fracking" is the term popularly used to refer to all the life-cycle phases of high-volume slickwater horizontal hydraulic fracturing with multi-well pads. Fracking is a heavily industrial process exempted from over a dozen major federal environmental laws in 2005. Fracking uses 2 to 8 million gallons of water mixed with toxic chemicals and sand, per frack, per well.

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